April 7, 2008 |
SAN ANTONIO -- Kansas guard Rodrick Stewart can't play in the NCAA title game tonight after breaking a kneecap during the team's public shoot-around Friday, but he will be on the bench in his warmups. "You prepare your whole life for this situation," the transfer from USC said. "It was tough yesterday. Right with about one minute left in the game, I wanted to be on the court for just one second. "The fans started chanting my name, wanting me out there.
November 6, 2004 |
Rodrick Stewart, who, along with his twin brother Lodrick, were USC's most coveted basketball recruits last year, has asked for and received a release from his scholarship, the school announced Friday. Stewart, a point guard who started 17 games last season, had already been declared academically ineligible for the fall semester and would have sat out at least the first six games of the season.
December 2, 2007 |
Rodrick Stewart is nowhere to be found on the cover of the Kansas media guide, which features seven Jayhawks players in trying-to-look-tough poses. Yet, after playing sparingly his first two seasons in Lawrence and averaging only 0.8 points, the senior guard has been front and center for fourth-ranked Kansas. Stewart has started five of six games and is averaging 7.3 points and 4.5 assists heading into the Jayhawks' game today against No. 22 USC at the Galen Center.
November 12, 2004 |
Former USC point guard Rodrick Stewart, whose release from the school was announced last Friday, has made known a wish list of schools to which he'd consider transferring. Among the sophomore's choices: Kansas, Gonzaga, North Carolina, Nevada Las Vegas, Washington and Arizona. Schools that have expressed interest in Stewart, however, are from the mid-major Mid-American Conference.
January 8, 2004 |
For the first time in their lives, the gregarious Stewart twins, Lodrick and Rodrick, were speechless. And it had nothing to do with the gag order USC Coach Henry Bibby had imposed on them before lifting it this week.
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September 13, 2002 |
The 22-year-old son of Rod Stewart pleaded no contest Thursday to felony assault after attacking a man in December. Sean Rodrick Stewart was sentenced to 90 days in county jail and placed on probation for five years. He was also ordered to pay nearly $5,600 to the victim and to participate in anger management and drug rehabilitation programs. Stewart attacked 19-year-old Jason Rogland outside a Malibu restaurant, according to prosecutors.